Twenty-five years ago, tennis lost Saint Vitas.
Women still aren’t treated equally at Wimbledon.
An obscure character was a stand-in for the creator of Peanuts when he fell in love with tennis during the sport’s boom in the 1970s.
Thessaly La Force hangs out with the lonesome, racquet-smashing Frenchman.
Dining out with courtsiders, a rogue, impish species in the tennis ecosystem.
German tennis player Andrea Petkovic meets the band.
Perfumers evoke the elegance of an imagined tennis game, not the stench of a real one.
In a sport that demands individualism, the Zverevs roll deep.
On the longevity of Maria Sharapova, who has built a brand beyond the bounds of her tennis stardom that has made her incredibly wealthy, but still striving for more.
In 1996, David Foster Wallace profiled tennis player Michael Joyce in one of the most celebrated pieces of sports writing ever published. Who has he become since?
The sportsmen’s lives read as a conversation on what it means to be American.
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